An On and Off-Ice Participatory Clinic
Ice Dance International has teamed with Fukadance and founder Junichi Fukuda to bring this unique clinic to Boston. Skaters will learn combinations and work with Junichi on dance and movement during the off-ice portion. Douglas Webster, IDI Artistic Director, with assistance by IDI company members, will then bring this movement to the ice for an exploration of contemporary ballet and skating!
Sunday, February 18, 2018
Session I 11:00am-12:40pm
Session II 1:10pm-2:50pm
1240 Soldiers Field Road, Boston, MA
Online registration closed Tuesday, February 6, 2018 at 12:00pm. Late registration available by calling the Club office at 617-782-5900.
11:00am-12:40pm (Check in by 10:45am)
Group 1: No Test to Pre-Juvenile (limit 30)
Group 2: Juvenile-Senior (limit 30)
1:10pm-2:50pm (Check in by 12:55pm)
Group 3: Preliminary – Intermediate (limit 30)
Group 4: In-Depth Workshop*, Juvenile – Senior (limit 30)
*In-Depth Workshop will further extend the concepts of movement and dance, building on the techniques learned in Session I.
Adult skaters can sign up for either session depending on skate level. All levels will be based on a combination of moves in the field and free skate levels. Groups may be arranged differently based on distribution of skate levels at registration. Skaters will be contacted if there are any changes made prior to the clinic.
Members: $40 (register for one Session), $55 (register for both Sessions)
Non-members: $55 and $70
Members will be billed on their Club statement. Non-Members will be contacted for payment prior to the clinic. There are no refunds after the registration deadline.
Junichi Fukuda was the recipient of the 2012 S&R Washington Award, the Dance Place’s 2012 New Releases Choreographer Commission, and 2017-2018 the Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s Alumni Commissioning award. His choreography has been presented at 18MASDANZA in Spain, Dance St. Louis’ The Spring to Dance Festival, DanceNow at Joe’s Pub Festival, Boston Contemporary Dance Festival and Bates Dance Festival.
Junichi formed his company “Fukudance” as a vehicle to continue his artistic journey from dancer to choreographer and director. Junichi has been awarded Emerging Choreographer residency from Bates Dance Festival, CATALYSTS Artist residency from the Dance Complex, and Rehearsal and Retreat Fellowship from Boston Dance Alliance as well as receiving grants from Somerville Arts Council, New England Foundation for the Arts, Boston Cultural Council, and Fidelity Charitable Foundation.
He currently co-produces an ongoing performance event “the Second Eye” with 3S Artspace (3sarts.org). His future choreographic engagement includes a new work at The Boston Conservatory at Berklee, collaboration with Atlantic Guitar Quartet, and various events at the Dance Complex and 3S Artspace. Junichi Fukuda holds a BFA in Dance from the Boston Conservatory and has been a member of Ballet Tech/NY, Oakland Ballet, Smuin Ballet/SF, Lar Lubovitch Dance Company, the New York Baroque Dance Company, Nejla Yatkin’s NY2 Dance, Buglisi Dance Theatre and Peridance Contemporary Dance Company where he was featured in numerous principal roles. Back in New England, Junichi became a member of Jose Mateo Ballet Theatre while he maintains his choreographic journey. For more info, please visit www.fukudance.com.